Subject: Official Whitfield band site

Posted on: 03/10/05 05:00pm
By: Anonymous

Check out the band website. I did an edit on the XSilver and tweaked it to make it smooth.

A couple things though... When viewed on Mozilla, that centre box is smaller than it is with IE. This means it pinches the text really tight against the pictures I imbed in the stories. Any ideas how to space it maybe even like... 20 pixels wider?

Also, is there a way to get some sort of a faded image, behind all the main story text. That doesn't repeat for each new story. This code I

background-image: url(images/eyeback.jpg);
background-attachment: fixed;
background-repeat: no-repeat;
background-position: top center;
background-color: #EEEEEE;

had was from XNature theme, which has it, but it doesn't work in XSilver. Wierd eh? Any ideas?

Official Whitfield band site

Posted on: 03/10/05 05:05pm
By: Dirk

[QUOTE BY= Whitfield] Any ideas?[/QUOTE]
A URL may help ...

bye, Dirk

Official Whitfield band site

Posted on: 03/10/05 05:15pm
By: Anonymous

Sometimes I wonder how I survived to be as old as I am.

www.whitfieldband.com

Official Whitfield band site

Posted on: 06/10/05 03:02pm
By: jetshack

question #1.... tables.

Official Whitfield band site

Posted on: 06/10/05 08:43pm
By: Anonymous

Ok. For now I just made the title of one story longer to stretch it. Mainly I am curious about the faded back image. It is in XNature, but the same code won't work for XSilver. I got the image there, but it repeats for every story, instead of just being on fixed image.

Official Whitfield band site

Posted on: 10/10/05 02:14am
By: Anonymous

Any thoughts crew? Last try. Thanks all.

Official Whitfield band site

Posted on: 10/10/05 11:18am
By: jetshack

which file (in the layout directory) are you making the mods to?

Official Whitfield band site

Posted on: 10/10/05 04:30pm
By: Dirk

See a CSS manual (and the XNature's stylesheet). You can make backgrounds non-repeating in CSS.

bye, Dirk

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